fracture

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He had an X-ray and saw a specialist and it was confirmed he had a fracture - in the medical textbooks it's referred to as a boxer's fracture.
Frank Jobe called it ``a boxer's fracture,'' or the kind of break fighters get from throwing punches.
DISCUSSION: Intramedullary K-wire fixation is one of the useful methods for management of boxer's fractures.